Paul Sellers describes himself as a lifelong amateur woodworker, his insistence on amateur status comes from the fact that whether he got paid or not, he always worked wood. Paul has worked with wood nearly every day for over 50 years, his first day’s work began in a small joiner’s workshop in Stockport, England in 1965. No masterpieces ever emerged from that workshop, but it was there that his lifelong work with wood began. It was in this workshop that he learned woodworking techniques that he still uses to this day. In the beginning, no one knew of him, but now his work and designs furnish the homes of President Bush and Senator Gramm. Two of his pieces grace the Cabinet Room of the White House as part of the White House Permanent Collection there.
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